Osteoarthritis in the knee usually develops through degeneration (deterioration / deterioration) of the knee. To understand what knee osteoarthritis is, the anatomy of the knee must be somewhat clear. The knee joint is made up of multiple bones, cartilage and various tendons and muscles. The articular surface is covered with cartilage. The cartilage in the knee ensures that the joint has good sliding properties and prevents friction of all bone parts. This cartilage is damaged in osteoarthritis. This causes the quality of movement to deteriorate. This makes the joint feel stiff and painful. The loss of a lot of cartilage (at a young age) can lead to chronic knee problems. A knee brace can be very effective for arthrosis of the knee. Order the right knee brace for osteoarthritis at ProBrace.
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Osteoarthritis gradually develops through age and "wear". In the long run, the quality of cartilage can decrease, including in the knee joint. This causes complaints within the knee joint. Osteoarthritis can also occur after a fall. During the fall, the cartilage inside the knee can be damaged, after which load on the knee can feel painful.
Osteoarthritis is an irreversible process in the body, so there is not much you can do about it. What you can do yourself is regular and measured exercise, healthy eating and drinking, avoiding peak loads. You do this with a knee brace from ProBrace . A knee brace is a tool for the knee, which supports the knee joint in its function. This conservative treatment is best done under the supervision of a physiotherapist . If conservative treatment is not successful, surgery may also be an option. We recommend that you consult a doctor for the various surgical options.
A knee joint in itself is not strong and stable enough to heal on its own. A tool such as a knee brace can help you with this. A ProBrace knee brace is the solution for you! But which knee brace should I buy? It depends on your diagnosis and the associated complaints which knee brace or knee bandage is best for you. Below are a number of braces, which may be applicable for you:
A knee brace that provides maximum stability and comfort for osteoarthritis? Then it is recommended to look at the two braces below. The brace has a hinge. Which provides optimal stability, delivers and reduces complaints.
Looking for a knee brace that provides a lot of stability without a hinge action in it? Then look at the baleen brace below. The brace provides optimal stability for the knee joint and can be individually adjusted for the ideal fit and experience.
Get FREE information and advice from a ProBrace physiotherapist. Please contact us here . ProBrace has made a selection of the best knee braces and knee bandages for osteoarthritis currently available and offered them for the best price quality ratio in the webshop.